Monthly Archives: November 2011

IL & Service-Learning: Women’s Studies course at Eastern Michigan University

Another article highlighting an example of integrating service-learning and information literacy found me this morning, Combining academic service-learning and information literacy: A new framework for an introductory women’s studies course by Solange Simoes and Suzanna Gray can be found in … Continue reading

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Planning for IL Course (EDT 110) – Winter 2012

The  planning for EDT 110: Civic-centered research has begun!  My co-teacher and I are updating the syllabus, and going over our notes from the debrief after last winter’s course to make the appropriate changes. We had to change the course … Continue reading

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Guided reflection on work

A few weeks ago, I attended the Ohio Teaching and Learning Conference on High Impact practices in higher education (co-sponsored by Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education, Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education, Ohio Board of Regents and Greater Cincinnati … Continue reading

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Service-learning in distance learning courses

Minnesota Campus Compact is offering a webinar that looks very interesting, Service-Learning in Online Courses: Practical Considerations and Strategies.  I’ve often wondered about how service-learning would work in an online course. You can find the details here.

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